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Aibu to wonder why people treat Easter and Christmas as competitions to out weigh other parents?

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M0naLisa Sun 31-Mar-13 13:19:10

First off my boys of 6 & 5 got an egg each from me and DH worth £4. Ds3 who's 17 weeks got a £5 soft teddy bear/sheep. That's it.

They got a further 5 eggs from family.

On Facebook (I know) people posting pictures of what's the 'Easter Bunny' left. (I am guilty of this too but mines a normal picture of chocolate eggs wink)
Most pictures ive seen today had wrapped pregnant a stacked high, bikes, skateboards, scooters and massive eggs the size of a house - for a 4 year old.

Then you've got people applying saying they are sad they haven't spoilt their little ones as they've only bought them 3 eggs each and colouring books, socks and DVDs.

I thought kids received chocolate at Easter.
I also used to receive a cross from folded beige palm paper (or something) can't remember the name now.

Altinkum Sun 31-Mar-13 19:15:51

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sweetiepie1979 Sun 31-Mar-13 22:53:36

It sounds like the company you keep. My friends all bought chocolate rabbits and went for walks in the botanical gardens with our children. I've never heard if Easter presents! I too think its facebook I
Not on it, as far as I can make out its for people who want to show off and try to not look like they might have a normal life it's all insecurity and a bit sad.

MiniEggsJumpedInMyBasket Sun 31-Mar-13 23:06:41

Well said, sweetiepie

uncongenial Sun 31-Mar-13 23:36:08

Seconding that! I think that's exactly right, sweetiepie.

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